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The Hyperconnected Life

According to Teens and Technology 2013, a report by the Pew Internet & American Life Project, millennials are likely to benefit and suffer from their hyperconnected lives. Interesting to note how the impact of hyperconnectivity is a double-edged sword, especially … Continue reading

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Every Every Every Generation Has Been the Me Me Me Generation

Interesting critique in the Atlantic Wire of the current cover story of Time magazine, including an illustrated historical contextualization: Basically, it’s not that people born after 1980 are narcissists, it’s that young people are narcissists, and they get over themselves … Continue reading

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